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Jenn air s136 stove won,t self clean

All functions work except cleaning . fan comes on when clean selected . lock door but no lights come on and oven does not heat up. any ideas?

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  • Anonymous Nov 25, 2007

    Identical problem with a Jenn-Ari S156. all functions work except cleaning . fan comes on when clean selected . lock door but no lights come on and oven does not heat up.

  • Anonymous Dec 04, 2007

    I have the same problem, I put the Jenn-Air stove into cleaning cycle, locked the door, hit start twice, fan turns on put no cleaning cycle.



    Ed

  • Anonymous Jan 30, 2008

    Have the same problem. The Jann-Air website doesn't even find the model in their product catalogue (was looking for a manual).

    Check the door locking latch, works ok. Would love a workable solution

  • jas99 Apr 02, 2008

    does anyone know if the s136 has a motherboard? can't find any manuals on line

  • Billbhrv Apr 08, 2008

    I have the same problem except for the fact that when I move the lock over it buzzes and will go completely into the lock position. Therefore I can't set the timer either. We have the Model S136.

  • Anonymous Nov 25, 2008

    have wiring diagram, email me if needed.



    Harold

  • Anonymous Mar 27, 2014

    Clean inside of oven door DUSTY!

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You've probably already read pages 34 through 37 of the owners manual for this oven. We had this stove in the house we bought and the owner wrote in his own directions, which seem to work fine:

1. Turn knob selector to clean.
2. Turn temp knob to clean.
3. Close and lock door.
4. Push enter button and turn dial clockwise to desired time.
5. Push enter button again.

You've probably already tried this, but just in case I figured I'd pass it along.

Posted on Mar 21, 2008

  • ivanandjayna Mar 21, 2008

    I was troubleshooting my stove and found the wiring diagram under it when I pulled the stove out. Let me know if you still need a wiring diagram. A mouse chewed a couple small holes in it, but it's still pretty legible.



    Ivan

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It's the clock. Had the same problem. Replaced the thermostat etc., finally went for the big bucks and put a new electronic clock in which literally controls everything and the old S136 cleaned like brand new!

Posted on Jan 16, 2010

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I have a Jenn-Air model S136 don't have manual how do I use the cleaning method on the oven. Do I have to use oven cleaner?

Posted on Aug 07, 2009

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THE FAN WONT SHUT OFF

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Jenn-Air rep told me they do not release the wiring diagrams for proprietary reasons. I had a certified technician in and he didn't have the diagram either. He had to shoot in the dark and now the oven doesn't hold temperature well. Since a Jenn-Air competitor could reverse engineer the design simply by buying a unit and taking it apart, Jenn-Air's no release policy seems to be aimed more at making their ranges unrepairable. Maybe they think this will create more sales.

Posted on Jan 10, 2008

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Its hard to diagnose a self clean problem. Might be a door lock switch causing problem . Have to read those wiring diagrams and trace electrical path .

Posted on Jan 09, 2008

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